Linen convertible bag — Birch bark
This pattern features bark cells in birch (Betula) dyed for microscopy in the laboratory. Birch bark cells contain a molecule called betulin, which may protect birch trees against pathogenic fungi and microorganisms. Betulin also gives the bark its typical white color.
Do you fancy using it as a tote bag or as a cushion cover? One product, two choices!
Product: Two-sided printed tote bag (35×35 cm). Straps are sturdily attached to the bag by buttons and can be detached to become a cushion cover fitting a cushion up to 35×35 cm.
Material: 100% linen (185 gsm) woven in an OEKO-Tex 100 certified weaving mill in Belarus, printed and sewn in Lithuania.
Pattern: This pattern features birch bark cells dyed for microscopy in the laboratory.
Recommended care: Machine wash at 40°C.